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scored. the minnesota twins have the fewest wins in the national league. watch ben revere getting down and dirty from the twins. robbing extra base there is. second inning, twins already up 7-1. joe mauer, a solo home run over the right field wall. twins win the final of 19-7. the orioles the second place team in the a.l. east. game tied in the bottom of the eighth, 2-2. bases loaded for raul ibanez. yankees win 6-3. they now have a nine-game lead on the orioles in the a.l. east. up next, it's what we've been waiting for, steve ratner with the charts. and g.q.'s look behind the most invasive process in politics, vetting the v.p. candidates. keep it on "morning joe." we'll be right back. ♪ t dog. every bite goes above and beyond the call of deliciousness. that's a big 10-4 kosher. with no fillers, by-products, artificial flavors or colors. hebrew national. the better-than-a-hot dog- hot dog. here at the hutchison household. but one dark stormy evening... there were two things i could tell: she needed a good meal and a good family. so we gave her what our other cats love, purina cat ch
to talk about iraq for obvious reasons but such it's the mirror twin in many ways. one of the big lessons i take away from iraq, one you have one of these days, tribes with flags, they all root for the same soccer team but that's about it, held together by an iron fist, minority regime, sunni minority regime in iraq, there's two ways to make a stable transition. one is you -- if you have a midwife and the other is if you have a mandela. you have a local leader to pull ought these forces together or you have an external power in the case of iraq the united states of america, that basically holds the country together while it goes through this transition. syria we have neither a mandell or a midwife. at least right now. it's hard to see how this ends in a stable way. >> david ignatius, t"new york times" shows the militants that were killed. what's the significance of yesterday's attack? >> right in the heart of damascus, in a neighborhood that tom and i know, where these leaders were meeting, to plot the next stage to try to destroy this opposition movement, a bomb was placed, devastating f
down in mexico city. >> you guys are twins. look at that double screen. you guys are twins right there. potter and barnacle. >> mark has a shirt and tie on. he's legitimate. >> much younger brother, mark potter there. >> thanks very much. although he referenced one of the huge stories of our times that goes uncovered largely in the united states of america. 55,000 casualties in that drug war. just incredible. mark, again, thanks very much. a sign of the times. how local governments are trying to make end meet with the help of corporate sponsors. keep it right here on "morning joe." down here, folks measure commitment by what's getting done. the twenty billion dollars bp committed has helped fund economic and environmental recovery. long-term, bp's made a five hundred million dollar commitment to support scientists studying the environment. and the gulf is open for business - the beaches are beautiful, the seafood is delicious. last year, many areas even reported record tourism seasons. the progress continues... but that doesn't mean our job is done. we're still committed to seeing this
clubs in the american league, rangers facing the twins. watch this. fourth inning. >> he's talking -- >> wow. that knocked -- the players are coming off the field whether they want them to or not. >> yep. >> holy cow. >> yikes. after the game twins outfielder denard span tweeted, quote, that's the loudest noise i've heard. i thought jesus was coming. end quote. >> scary. >> the rangers went on to win 4-3. the pirates at home taking on the giants. andrew mccutchen, best player in the national league so far, hits one deep to right center. boom. one of the best parks in the major leagues, by the way. second home run of the game. the first player in pirates history with a batting average of .362 and 60 rbis. the pirates won 13-2. they lead the national league east at the all-star break for the first time since 1997. go pirates. >> there you go. >> go pittsburgh. >> you did good, mike. >> willie -- >> good lord. >> standing by in the green room, best-selling biographer walter isaacson. >> he's sold enough books. why have him on? >> greed greed greed. >> i hope he brought us a book. >> h
those children. >> i have four. >> yeah, but two are twins. >> that was sarah jessica parker in the comedy," i don't know how shedoes it," but do we have ourselves to blame for being busy every day. if you live in america, you have probably had to listen to a lot of people tell you how busy they are. it is a boast disguised as a complaint. it is a reassurance. obviously your life cannot be silly, trivial or meaningly if you are so busy. i can't help but wonder whether all this hisry onic exhaustion is not a way of covering up the fact that most of what we do doesn't matter. tim, i have to tell you, i was reading the sunday times, i read your piece and i was so thrilled because one of my favorite things to do is sit on my front porch and do nothing other than stare at a 110-year-old elm tree in my front yard and i feel guilty about doing it but i wonderful inside. >> my editor told me one time. he is an editor of the times and he has got a wife and child. and i asked him what did you do? and he said i watched it get dark outside. he sounded like he really enjoyed it. >> as soo
times the fun. >> you're like the double mint twins. >> the only people left. that's the whole thing. so, thousands of the world's -- potted plant. thousands of the world's greatest athletes descended on london for the 2012 summer olympics. but now some staffing issues are posing a big problem there. the company hired to provide security for the games only able to deliver half the expected number of guards. nbc's michelle kosinski reports. >> reporter: checking bags, guarding athletes. now being done by soldiers and police, scrambled from around the uk, because the security company g4s, the world's large est security employer just figure figured out it cannot meet its target. it only has half that number ready. the company turned up 38 where 300 were needed. >> fiasco and shambles. >> simply inexcusable. >> a humiliating shambles, isn't it? >> it's nowhere we want to be. that's certain. >> it's a humiliating shambles for the company. yes or no? >> i cannot disagree with you. >> ceo nick buckles says he only learned july 3rd that g4s will falwell short. what happened? >> incredibly logist
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